While Call of Cthulhu suffers from minor technical issues, and a few things could be better explained, this never impeded my ability to enjoy the game. With different choices, better ways to use my skill […]

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We Happy Few Review

The worst thing about We Happy Few is that out of pure frustration I stopped caring about the story early on, and from there it wasn’t long before I’d seen all I needed to see. […]

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Kicking off EA’s presentation with some augmented reality for Anthem as a way to show-off was quite cool and gave me some hope for the rest of their time slot, but actually, it was the […]

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Kirby Star Allies is cute, comfortable to play, and easy to get someone else involved in, but it’s also totally forgettable. I thought perhaps it was just that I hadn’t played as Kirby for years […]

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I’m not exaggerating when I say there’s nothing I didn’t enjoy about Dragon Quest: Builders. It’s bright, colourful, heartfelt yet dark, intuitive, lots of fun, and it made me want to beat the crap out […]

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While there’s plenty to enjoy in Pokémon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon, I still can’t help but feel frustrated at having some things handed to me, as was the case in the original Sun and […]

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I wanted to have an in-depth first look at The Pillars of the Earth, mostly because it triggered something in my dusty memory banks. It wasn’t until the brief description mentioned it is based on […]

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My personal love for Microsoft is so great that the sophisticated, futuristic intro to their E3 presentation was enough to give me lower back tingles. Granted most of Project Scorpio’s information had been revealed well […]

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Upon finishing the game, I was more relieved than anything. I love a good story and can overlook almost any flaw if the narrative payoff is there, but I don’t feel that’s what I experienced […]

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The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild feels very much alive, and brings what has classically been a very linear, restrictive adventure series into the open-world genre in a fantastic way. It stays true […]

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